Friends of Justice

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Friends of Justice "is a multiracial, faith-based movement that works to uphold due process for all Americans. Our goal is to build a public consensus behind equal access to justice and respect for human dignity in our criminal justice system.

"Friends of Justice formed in response to the infamous Tulia drug sting of 1999 in which 47 people, 39 of them African Americans, were rounded up based on the false testimony of an undercover agent." [1]


Accessed August 2008: [2]



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  1. Home, Friends of Justice, accessed August 20, 2008.
  2. Leadership, Friends of Justice, accessed August 20, 2008.